Blind


blind-01_2.jpgThe game

The game is about a young blind boy, who has to go alone to school. He has to overcome different types of obstacles, he encounters, on the way: in the street, using public transport, etc. The game poses some questions for reflection about the problem with discrimination towards disabled people.

 

Location

Worldwide

 

Topic

Human rights, anti-discrimination

 

Background

Many people with serious visual impairments can travel independently, using a wide range of tools and techniques. Orientation and mobility specialists are professionals who are specifically trained to teach people with visual impairments how to travel safely, confidently, and independently in the home and the community. These professionals can also help blind people to practice travelling on specific routes which they may use often, such as the route from one's house to a convenience store. Becoming familiar with an environment or route can make it much easier for a blind person to navigate successfully.


I want to know more!

 

What can I do?

Be more sensitive, learn about visual impairments, try to help, who need it.

 

Who’s working with this aim in my country?

http://www.mvgyosz.hu/

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